Back in the game with a permission visit to London’s Aldwych Station with Hidden London on what’s turned out to be the hottest day of the year so far.
With a handy tip off from a certain newspaper and a quick search on google maps, we were alerted to an old railway line that until now, never knew existed!
A revisit and the third time lucky, this time without running out of battery or loosing daylight, in fact it couldn’t have been better weather for it.
After some time sharing locations between a fellow explorer, I decided to share my holy grail of urbex maps which in turn lead us to organising a day trip to none other than Stewartby Brickworks.
There’s a first time for everything and this comes in the form of a permission visit to the disused Jubilee line platforms at Charing Cross with Hidden London.
After being tipped off and visiting this place a fair few months back without my camera, the perfect nights opportunity appeared and grabbing my camera I was on my way.
A revisit and re-explore on this site covering the bits missed previously. But just in case you missed our previous report, here’s the history again.
Derbyshire Royal Infirmary (DRI) was established in 1810 on land formerly part of Derby’s Castlefield estate on land near what is now Bradshaw Way and the A6 London Road. It was known as the Derbyshire General Infirmary at the time. In 1890 a Typhoid outbreak sweeped through the hospital, and the buildings design was blamed.